Make Dreams Come True for Michigan Children with Life Threatening Illnesses on April 30
Save the date for The Rainbow Connection’s second annual Dream Makers’ Ball on April 30 at The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham.
Co-chairs L. Brooks Patterson, Jeffrey Taub M.D. and Rod Alberts join Wish Ambassador 5-year-old Aidyn at an enchanting black tie gala benefiting the charity’s mission to make dreams come true for Michigan children with life threatening illnesses.
The event features live entertainment and a live auction. Tickets for the Dream Maker’s Ball are $250 and table sponsorships are available. To learn more about The Rainbow Connection and make s reservation for the Dream Makers Ball, visit www.rainbowconnection.org or call 248-601-9474.
About Rainbow Connection
The Rainbow Connection is a nonprofit organization that focuses its efforts exclusively on Michigan children and their families. Founded in 1985 by L. Brooks Patterson in memory of his best friend and two children who died in a plane crash, The Rainbow Connection is dedicated to making dreams come true for Michigan children with life threatening illnesses and providing emergency support services to these families. To date, The Rainbow Connection has granted more than 3,000 wishes to children across Michigan suffering from life-threatening illnesses. From something as simple as a new computer to meeting the President of the United States at the White House, to the most requested wish of all, a trip to Disney World, The Rainbow Connection grants wishes throughout the year to hundreds of children. For more information or to be a part of making a dream come true for a Michigan child with a life threatening illness, visit www.rainbowconnection.org.